Interlink Mail & News

Interlink is a Mail, RSS, and Newsgroups client based on Mozilla-sourced Community Code and built on the Unified XUL Platform


System Requirements

  • Windows Systems
    • Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 or newer
    • x86 (IA32) or x86-64 (AMD64) CPU
    • Processor with SSE2 instruction support
    • At least 1GB of ram
    • At least 200mb of free (uncompressed) disk space
  • Linux Systems
    • Reasonably modern 64bit Linux Distribution
      32bit builds may be available from your specific system packager but "generic" binarys built by us are only avaiable in 64bit
    • x86-64 (AMD64) CPU
    • Processor with SSE2 instruction support
    • At least 1GB of ram
    • At least 200mb of free (uncompressed) disk space
    • GTK2 2.24 or GTK3 3.22+ (GTK4 is not currently supported)
    • GLibC 2.17 or higher
    • GLib 2.22 or higher
    • Pango 1.14 or higher
    • libstdc++ 4.6.1 or higher

Downloads

Windows Systems

32bit Installer
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: bf1766fd6243006e3f9d8094192e1b793cb767d2b070e139262431a658cb68b9
32bit ZIP Archive
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: 47d3cec61455e7df970ebc3fbdd543f69cf17a7daa8432076fad2033b708182f

64bit Installer
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: aebb322bf4679a0e9b589c41476de36bb7243ca2812a1cfae930cff74e2bfa17
64bit ZIP Archive
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: eb6d3fb3301bdfc879278913957d9043d0b862d7fa098204e6fabfc25cf4ae1e

Linux Systems

64bit BZip Compressed TAR Archive (GTK2)
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: a6fa359db263902b28d3e1d3f2db56a211ce2e3ea76ac105807f60adf2e94127

64bit BZip Compressed TAR Archive (GTK3)
Version: 7238 - SHA-256 checksum: 3f2093ac5f0a026dea0c233b1017e3ed39faad36ac2328a85f547cbc4e728c52

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the next release?
    • When it is done.
  • How do I install on Linux?
    • Extract the linux tarball to a user writable location or chmod 777 in the desired location in order for the internal updater to be able to write to the "install location" when updating. Other than that it doesn't particularly matter where it is on the system. Though, one should not be relocating it on a regular basis.
      THIS IS NOT A PORTABLE INSTALL! The application data such as the profile will be stored in the current user's home directory.
  • Will there be a portable version?
    • No, not at this time.
  • Does Interlink support Lightning (Calendar extension)?
    • By popular demand it does now as of Version 7025.
  • The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000001d). Click OK to close the application.
    • Previous versions for 64bit Windows builds required you to have the AVX instruction set. If you are getting that error then it means you don't and will have to use the 32bit build. Though, you should update to the latest release.
  • The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000142). Click OK to close the application.
    • Windows 10 users getting this error while trying to use the 64bit build should instead try the 32bit build if this is encountered. The exact cause of this is currently unknown but it may have something to do with hardware or drivers and their interaction with Hardware Acceleration or may indicate system file corruption or glitches in physical hardware. IF you encounter this on Windows 7 or 8.x or the 32bit build also fails, then please file an issue at the repository.
  • Does Interlink support Windows XP because there are XP builds elsehere?
    • No Binary Outcast (and by extension Unified XUL Platform) Project supports Windows XP.

      The builds you MAY find elsewhere are unofficial and these builds by third parties are not supported nor are representative of this or any other BinOC project.
  • My question/issue isn't listed here. Where can I ask/report it?
    • You may ask your question or report your issue via the Issue Tracker on the GitHub repository or via our IRC channel which you can find in the Interact section.

Release Notes

Version 7238

  • NOTICE: This will be the last version of the Linux 64 GTK3 build that will run on systems with glibc versions less than 2.28. You may want to switch to the GTK2 version or update to a newer version of your distribution.

  • Windows 64bit builds are now compiled using standard UXP optimizations and the minimum required instruction set has been lowered to SSE2.
  • No changes to application specific code. (Yes, I know it is getting old, a refresh is coming though!)
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.7.2 (and 28.7.1) release notes

Version 7176

  • Linux GTK 3 build is now built with GCC 7.2. GTK 2 will continue to use GCC 4.9 for maximum compatibility with systems that predominantly use GTK 2.
  • No changes to application specific code.
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.7.0 release notes

Version 7145

  • No changes to application specific code.
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.6.1 release notes

Version 7125

  • Fix security issues in libical and generally update the library
  • Special Note: UXP is now using a custom version of the nss library and as such has improved the security of the master password. If you use a master password, please go through the process to change it (even if it is to the same password) to re-key your password store. For more information see the Pale Moon 28.6.0 release notes.
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.6.0.1 (and 28.6.0) release notes

Version 7094

  • Reset layout.css.devPixelsPerPx to follow platform default
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.5.2 (and 28.5.1) release notes

Version 7070

  • Added workaround to race condition for requesting Master Password on startup. This behavior can be disabled by setting signon.startup.prompt to false.
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.5.0 release notes

Version 7025

  • Now includes the Calendar/Lightning functionality via a disabled by default bundled extension
    • This is provided by popular demand, however, support will be limited to best effort in the absence additional community contributions
    • The Calendar is NOT subject to the orginal agreement between BinOC and those who initally funded the Interlink Project Development
  • Added mailnews.header.toolbar preference to show the legacy mail header in-line toolbar
  • Added common EULA box with license agreement
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.4.1 release notes

Version 6990

  • Hooked up the Add-ons Manager to the Interlink Add-ons Site
  • Introduced the ablity to add and remove custom search engine plugins from Preferences
  • Introduced the ablity to check for updates from a menu item in the Help menu
  • Removed the ablity to check for updates from the About dialog
  • Improved proxy handling to avoid localhost getting proxied [SECURITY - CVE-2018-18506]
  • Minor UI changes
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.4.0 release notes

Version 6953

  • Fixed about:support for unaccounted string changes
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.3.0 release notes

Version 6922

  • Change minimum compatible by default preference to 1.0
  • Removed certificate blacklisting via the blocklist
    • It is not the job of Binary Outcast to be a Certificate Authority
  • Added a regex blocklist entry for language packs by Thunderbird and FossaMail to facilitate manual profile migration
    • Instructions and a tool for Windows users to automate the process will be forthcoming
  • Added one time UI upgrade code to manually disable all installed language packs
  • Set the blocklist update preference
    • The BinOC Site side of this will be added soon
  • No Unified XUL Platform changes

Version 6914

  • First Release of Interlink.

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